Friends of Burton Constable

The Friends of Burton Constable is a Registered Charity which was formed to support the work of the Burton Constable Foundation.

For more information about joining the Friends of Burton Constable please email:

Membership includes

  • Free admission to Burton Constable Hall
  • A newsletter giving you information about the Friends and their activities, forthcoming events, the history of the Hall, the family and collections, and other items of interest.
  • Lectures and Study Days based at Burton Constable around different aspects of the fascinating collections
  • Annual Lecture and AGM
  • Annual Christmas Event
  • Music Evenings
  • Cultural Events
  • Open Air Theatre
  • Visits to other Country Houses


Single £ 20.00
Double £30.00
Family £40.00
Child (5-16 years) £ 7.00

Member Events

Information will be sent on a regular basis to members of the Friends of Burton Constable, subscribe to our Newletter to receive regular updates on other events.

Seasonal Grounds & Stables Pass

There's so much to enjoy and discover around this imposing Elizabethan mansion, with over 300 acres of historic grounds to explore, the restored stable block with interactive displays, exhibitions and events that tell the story of stable life in past times and woodland and parkland walks and trails for all the family and not forgetting the Burton Constable Whale.

Benefits include:

Unlimited admission to the grounds, parkland and stables when we are open to the public.

Free entry into most daytime events including:

The Classic Car Show, Antiques & Collectors Fairs, Family Craft Activities, Easter and Halloween Trails.

Season Pass Prices

Family (2+2) £38.80 Family (1+2) £25.25  Additional Child £5.25 Adult £13.90 Double Adult £27.80 Child £7.65 (All ticket prices include Gift Aid, Under 5's free)

Terms & Conditions

Membership is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.

Purchase annual passes in the Gift Shop or by calling 01964 562400

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